Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: State College, PA
Practice, practice, practice! For me it's very hard to memorize unless I ride it a few times. The nice thing about dressage tests is that they are always the same, unlike jumping courses so you can really work out the kinks in your test at home to show to the best ability at the shows. The only problem is that you don't want to drill the tests and sour your horse. So do a few practice tests, then work independently on the sticky components then do another run through, etc over the course of a few weeks. It will be super easy to recall if you work at doing it at least once a week.